On Thu, Apr 26, 2001 at 10:19:50AM +0100, Damian O' Sullivan mentioned:
> I just bought a newly constructed house and obviously want to wire it up for
> Ethernet. Does anyone know a company that will do this for you? Not to keen
> on getting a drill out myself. Also what bacling would you use? Cat 5 do it?
> I assume voice will have no problem going over this too.
Is it constructed yet ? I paid 270 quid to get 10 100mbit points put
around the place, all going up to the attic. The electrician did it, when
I was asking him to put a few extra power sockets around the place.
If it's already done - just go wireless. Don't ruin your home.
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